Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Profound Good by Blake Healy March 27, 2019

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What you see of God is only part of the story.

From the time Blake Healy was a small child, he has seen angels, demons, and other spiritual things. He sees them with his naked eyes, as vividly and clearly as anything else. Everyplace he goes, every person he meets, every day that goes by, he sees in the spirit.

After thirty years of seeing in the spirit, one thing has consistently been the most painful for him to see. It is not when he sees someone trapped in demonic oppression. It is not when he sees the gaping wounds of emotional trauma. It is when he sees the goodness of God go unclaimed by His people.

In this book Healy takes readers on a journey of rediscovering the goodness of God. It fills the churches we visit every week. It moves across the sea from nation to nation. All we have to do is learn how to see it and receive it, and then we will watch every corner of the world be completely transformed by the power of His profound good.

My thoughts:

I read Blake’s The Veil and loved it. I long to see in the spirit. So when I saw this book I knew I had to read it. I think I liked it even better than his first book.

In this book we get to see more of what Blake sees but also with the reminder that God is profoundly good and sees us in ways we can’t imagine. When we feel scared or broken God sees us perfectly.

This will spark a hunger in you for more of God, all that he has to offer. At least it did for me. I want everything God wants to give me, nothing less.

Visit Blake here.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own. 

 

One Response to “Profound Good by Blake Healy”

  1. Dianna Says:

    This sounds so interesting! I do believe there are people who can see angels and other spiritual beings.


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